Relative Volume (RVol) is an indicator that compares current volume with Average Daily Volume (ADV) for a set period of time. This can be used to find tickers in play, as those trading with an RVol >1 means it's trading above average volume, which may be worthy of your attention.
This indicator calculates RVol as the day progresses, which may be useful if you have strategies with an intraday criterion e.g. the ticker needs to be trading at Rvol > 2, 30 minutes after the open for stocks (You can see RVol in % or float form).
The chart snapshot image above shows BTCUSDT. Reason for this ticker is because for cryptocurrencies & forex pairs, market data is complete so this indicator can work correctly. If you try this indicator on stocks, indices or futures, you may notice that there's a discrepancy between daily volume candles & the summation of intraday candles (they don't equate each other - huge difference between the 2), causing the indicator to not work as effectively. To solve this problem, you would have to get extra market data from TradingView, or to integrate your broker with TradingView to pass along your broker's data feed (provided your broker also has real-time data - if not you may need to get extra market data via the broker).
- Change default plot style to line for aesthetics
- Added 3 RVol Multiple levels for quicker information on RVol
-Added feature to choose ROC length for RVOL-OT
In true TradingView spirit, the author of this script has published it open-source, so traders can understand and verify it. Cheers to the author! You may use it for free, but reuse of this code in a publication is governed by House Rules. You can favorite it to use it on a chart.